Non-Profit Spotlight

Rolling Harvest Food Rescue
The work of Rolling Harvest Food Rescue is at the intersection of food waste, hunger-relief, and better environmental stewardship. We continue to be motivated by just how much all people want to eat healthy and want to have better, more nutritious choices in what they serve their families. Yet those struggling with poverty have a much higher incidence of diet-related chronic illnesses, such as hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. This problem and inequity has been decades in the making: the current U.S. Food System has been supported by government subsidies that benefit the largest commodity growers in our country and has contributed to a health system overburdened by high rates of chronic disease, making the least healthy, highly processed foods the only ones affordable for millions of us.
Rolling Harvest Food Rescue
Council Rock Education Foundation
The Council Rock Education Foundation (CREF) is a non-profit 501C3 organization, in support of innovative educational initiatives that provide advanced educational opportunities and enhance the curriculum for students in Council Rock schools. Our Foundation is a volunteer organization working in partnership with the Council Rock School Board, administration, faculty, staff, and students as we fund programs enhancing the CRSD curriculum and our students’ lives.
Council Rock Education Foundation
Credit Counseling Center
Credit Counseling Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit HUD approved comprehensive Housing Counseling Agency. Since 1994, we have had a rich history working diligently to provide financial literacy and educational services to Pennsylvanians.
Credit Counseling Center
James A Michener Art Museum
The James A. Michener Art Museum collects, preserves, interprets, and exhibits art, primarily American art, and promotes the Delaware River Valley region’s rich artistic and cultural heritage, with a particular focus on Bucks County. The Museum presents exhibitions that explore a variety of artistic expressions and offers diverse educational programs that develop a lifelong involvement in the arts.
Michener Art Museum
Lower Bucks Family YMCA
The YMCA is the leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community by empowering young people, improving the health and well-being of people of all ages and inspiring action in and across communities.
Lower Bucks Family YMCA
BCPA Institute
BCPA offers programs that bring the benefits of early childhood music programs to single mothers and children at-risk, drama and drama therapy programs for area youths, and partnership programs with other non-profit organizations to uplift the lives of more people through performing arts initiatives.
Bucks County Performing Arts Institute
Autism Cares Foundation
Founded on the desire to offer children with autism enriched life experiences, ACF has grown to include Day Habilitation and Home and Community programs. ACF strives to provide life-enriching experiences and resources to individuals and families living with disabilities in a safe and respectful environment.
Autism Cares Foundation
Bucks Learning Cooperative
Bucks Learning Cooperative helps teenagers live and learn without school. Our staff supports teens as they create personalized educations based on their interests, strengths, and goals. We offer mentoring and guidance and a safe and comfortable place to work and socialize.
Bucks Learning Cooperative
Woods Services
Woods Services is a non-profit multi-service population health management and advocacy organization that provides innovative, comprehensive and integrated health, education, housing, workforce, behavioral health and case management services to more than 4,000 children and adults in the intellectual and developmental disability, child welfare, behavioral and brain trauma public health sectors who have complex and intensive medical and behavioral healthcare needs.
Woods Services
American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Region of the American Red Cross serves approximately 4.2 million people in Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties. Our region provides food and shelter in emergencies, assists members of our armed forces and their families, teaches lifesaving skills, collects lifesaving blood, and so much more. All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people.
American Red Cross of Southeastern Pennsylvania
Bucks County Opportunity Council
BCOC is the lead anti-poverty, 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. As the designated Community Action agency for the county, it is part of a national network of over 1,000 agencies established in 1965 as part of Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty. We are dedicated to ending poverty by connecting people with the resources they need to thrive.
Bucks County Opportunity Council
Ivins Outreach Center
The Ivins Outreach Center supports residents of Lower Bucks County with quality of life programs that direct those in need to existing social services, enable seniors to remain independent in their homes, and manage after-school and summer enrichment opportunities for children. The Ivins Outreach Center strives to improve the quality of life for those within our neighboring communities with opportunities to be healthy, confident, connected, and secure; regardless of age, income, or background.
Ivins Outreach Center
Habitat for Humanity Bucks County
Habitat Bucks is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating, and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.
Habitat for Humanity Bucks County
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County (BBBSBC) has been serving Bucks County since 1963. Our rich history is built on a national heritage more than 100 years old. Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) was founded for the sole purpose of enriching the lives of children and helping them achieve their full potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County
The Peace Center

The Peace Center is located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. We have been working for community peace and social justice since 1982. Our programs are designed to help reduce violence and conflict in our schools, homes and communities through a multicultural, community-based approach. We are dedicated to furthering peace by understanding and managing conflict in our community, our nation and our world.

The Peace Center
African American Museum of Bucks County
The African American Museum of Bucks County honors the rich legacy of the African American experience, inspiring pride in our heritage, and sharing information and stories about the diverse journey of our people and our shared ancestry. Our programs and exhibits explore the history and heritage of the diverse cultures of Bucks County and beyond. We tell these stories through special exhibitions, public events, and educational programs.
African American Museum of Bucks County
Womens Animal Center
Women’s Animal Center is an open-admissions shelter for cats, dogs and other small domestic companion animals, including rabbits, guinea pigs, mice and birds. We accept all animals surrendered to us, regardless of age, breed or health; as well as all lost and stray animals found within Bucks County and surrounding areas. To increase the likelihood of lost pets being reunited with their families, we recommend that all animals found within Philadelphia city limits be taken to the city’s municipal shelter, ACCT Philly.
Womens Animal Center
United Way of Bucks County
United Way of Bucks County creates opportunities for quality education, financial stability, and good health to ensure real, lasting change for individuals and our communities. We believe that we are all connected and that we all have a stake in making Bucks County a healthy and prosperous community. We know that when we work together to advance the common good, we create a better life for all.
United Way of Bucks County
Sunshine Foundation
Sunshine Foundation answers the dreams of children, ages three through eighteen, who have severe or profound physical/developmental/intellectual challenges or trauma from physical/sexual abuse, and whose families have limited income.
Sunshine Foundation
A Womans Place
Founded in 1976, A Woman’s Place (AWP) is the only domestic violence community benefit organization in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. AWP provides a full range of programs and services to individuals experiencing domestic violence, their children, and the community.
A Womans Place Bucks County
Fostering Hope Lower Bucks
Fostering Hope is a volunteer-run 501(c)(3) organization that serves foster families and children in Southeastern PA. We’ve all heard “It takes a village…” when raising our children and we feel the same is true when raising someone else’s children, even if it’s only temporary. Fostering Hope wants to provide an exchange of resources to those who are willing and able to turn their families into foster families.
Fostering Hope Lower Bucks
The Christmas Gala
The Christmas Gala, Inc. founded by Cheryl Campbell, began as a family and friends function held at her home every year. Cheryl, putting her heart and soul into this organization, wanted so badly to make the event much larger to be able to help more of our local seniors. Since expanding the organization in 2009, The Christmas Gala has made several connections with social workers in the area. With the assistance of the social workers and private referrals The Christmas Gala has been able to expand from Bristol Township, covering a larger area consisting of Bristol Township, Bensalem, Bristol Borough, and Morrisville.
The Christmas Gala
Children First PA
Children First PA works to improve the lives of our region’s children by developing initiatives and advocating for quality health care, child care, public education and family stability. Formerly known as Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY), Children First PA continues the 40+ commitment of advocacy on behalf of children and families in Southeastern PA.
Children First PA
Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA)
NOVA was founded in 1974 as Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR). It was the first and continues to be the only rape crisis center in Bucks County. During the early to mid-1980’s when the federal government began to acknowledge and address the needs of victims of crime, WOAR was expanded to become NOVA, the comprehensive victim services organization in the County serving all victims of crime and to providing prevention education services.
Network of Victim Assistance NOVA Bucks

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